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Jackson Collection

"Jackson: A Legacy of Strength, Leadership, and Diversity" From the lush green grasses to historic meetings and military triumphs

Background imageJackson Collection: Grasses

Grasses. Chromolithograph from Sir William Jackson Hooker, The British Flora, Vol.1. Tab IX. Date: 1842

Background imageJackson Collection: The last meeting of Gens. Lee & Jackson

The last meeting of Gens. Lee & Jackson. The last meeting of Gens. Lee & Jackson

Background imageJackson Collection: Aspidium filix mas or Male Shield fern

Aspidium filix mas or Male Shield fern. Handcoloured engraving from William Curtis, Flora Londiniensis; containing a history of the plants indigenous to Great Britain

Background imageJackson Collection: Group photo, Jubilee Singers of Fisk University, USA

Group photo, Jubilee Singers of Fisk University, USA
Group photo of the Jubilee Singers of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. They were an African-American a cappella ensemble who toured

Background imageJackson Collection: President Andrew Jackson destroying the Bank of the United States. Lithograph cartoon, 1828

President Andrew Jackson destroying the Bank of the United States. Lithograph cartoon, 1828
ANDREW JACKSON (1828). President Andrew Jackson destroying the Bank of the United States. Lithograph cartoon, 1828

Background imageJackson Collection: STONEWALL JACKSON, 1861. Stonewall Jackson at First Bull Run, 21 July 1861

STONEWALL JACKSON, 1861. Stonewall Jackson at First Bull Run, 21 July 1861. Lithograph, 1900, after Henry Alexander Ogden

Background imageJackson Collection: Sydney, Australia - Map of Sydney and Port Jackson

Sydney, Australia - Map of Sydney and Port Jackson
Slide showing a map of Sydney and Port Jackson, with the areas of the city labelled.. Boswell Collection. Slide number 5. Sydney is the most populous city in Australia

Background imageJackson Collection: BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. Defeat of the British Army by American troops under Major

BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. Defeat of the British Army by American troops under Major General Andrew Jackson in the Battle of New Orleans, 8 January 1815, during the War of 1812

Background imageJackson Collection: JOE JACKSON (1889-1991). Shoeless Joe Jackson. American baseball player

JOE JACKSON (1889-1991). Shoeless Joe Jackson. American baseball player. Photograph, early 20th century

Background imageJackson Collection: Stonewall Jackson

Stonewall Jackson. Date c1871

Background imageJackson Collection: The Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club

The Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club
Sketch showing members of the Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club, including Sir Stanley Jackson, their captain. Date: 1933

Background imageJackson Collection: Andrew Jackson / On Horse

Andrew Jackson / On Horse
Andrew Jackson 7th president of the United States

Background imageJackson Collection: LA, New Orleans, French Quarter, Jackson Square, St

LA, New Orleans, French Quarter, Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral and statue of Andrew Jackson

Background imageJackson Collection: USA, Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, Morning light on the Tetons and old barn

USA, Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park, Morning light on the Tetons and old barn

Background imageJackson Collection: The Big Hole River at last light near Jackson Montana

The Big Hole River at last light near Jackson Montana

Background imageJackson Collection: Andrew Jackson President

Andrew Jackson President
ANDREW JACKSON 7th American President

Background imageJackson Collection: STONEWALL JACKSON (1824-1863). Thomas Jonathan Stonewall Jackson. American Confederate general

STONEWALL JACKSON (1824-1863). Thomas Jonathan Stonewall Jackson. American Confederate general. Line and stipple engraving, 19th century

Background imageJackson Collection: Field Columbian Museum, Jackson Park, Chicago

Field Columbian Museum, Jackson Park, Chicago

Background imageJackson Collection: Andrew Johnson, President of the United States

Andrew Johnson, President of the United States
Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States (1865-1869)

Background imageJackson Collection: Manchester North End FC football team 1934-1935

Manchester North End FC football team 1934-1935. Back row: Heyworth, Jackson (Captain), Norton, Brown, Sharples, Broadhurst. Front row: Lawton, Hurst, Thompson, Hicks, Broadhurst. Date: 1934-1935

Background imageJackson Collection: Lee, Jackson and Beauregard (photogravure)

Lee, Jackson and Beauregard (photogravure)
7169747 Lee, Jackson and Beauregard (photogravure) by Ferris, Stephen James (1835-1915) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lee, Jackson and Beauregard)

Background imageJackson Collection: Double coconut palm tree, Seychelles-Island

Double coconut palm tree, Seychelles-Island cocoa-nut, Lodoicea sechellarum, female and male.. Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan

Background imageJackson Collection: CONFEDERATE GENERALS. The Generals of the Confederate Army. Jefferson Davis, with red cloak

CONFEDERATE GENERALS. The Generals of the Confederate Army. Jefferson Davis, with red cloak, is at center left; Robert E. Lee, standing with saber, is at center right. Contemporary American lithograph

Background imageJackson Collection: EVCW2A-00122

EVCW2A-00122
Confederate General Thomas " Stonewall" Jackson mortally wounded by his own men at the Battle of Chancellorsville, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th century illustration

Background imageJackson Collection: Mr and Mrs Derek Jackson (Pamela Mitford)

Mr and Mrs Derek Jackson (Pamela Mitford)
Pamela Freeman Mitford, second daughter of Baron and Lady Redesdale; the quietest of the six infamous Mitford sisters. Pictured with her husband Derek Jackson at the Heythrop Hunt

Background imageJackson Collection: Bee Jackson dancing the charleston

Bee Jackson dancing the charleston
Dancer Bee Jackson demonstrating the Charleston which she was performing at the Piccadilly Revels cabaret at the Piccadilly Hotel after making a name for herself in America

Background imageJackson Collection: The Death of General Stonewall Jackson

The Death of General Stonewall Jackson
General Thomas Jonathan Jackson, born in Clarksburg, Harrison County, Va. Jany. 21st 1824. Wounded in both arms at Chancellorsville

Background imageJackson Collection: COBB & JACKSON, 1913. Ty Cobb (1886-1961) and Shoeless Joe Jackson (1888-1951)

COBB & JACKSON, 1913. Ty Cobb (1886-1961) and Shoeless Joe Jackson (1888-1951). American baseball players. Photographed in 1913

Background imageJackson Collection: Milt Jackson, Brecon Jazz Festival, Powys, Wales, 1997. Creator: Brian Foskett

Milt Jackson, Brecon Jazz Festival, Powys, Wales, 1997. Creator: Brian Foskett
Milt Jackson, Brecon Jazz Festival, Powys, Wales, 1997

Background imageJackson Collection: Yorkshire Rugby County Football Team, 1894-95

Yorkshire Rugby County Football Team, 1894-95: Hirst (Hon Sec), Donaldson, Barraclough, Nowell, Riley, Walton, Millar (President), Broadley, Arnold, Toothill (Captain), Jackson, Dobson, Firth, Riley

Background imageJackson Collection: Stonewall Jackson (1824-1863). American military

Stonewall Jackson (1824-1863). American military. Portrait (1864) by J.W. King. National Portrait Gallery. Washington D.C. United States

Background imageJackson Collection: Almond-leaved eucalyptus or black peppermint

Almond-leaved eucalyptus or black peppermint, Eucalyptus amygdalina.. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan

Background imageJackson Collection: Bridge connecting buildings at Hertford College, Oxford

Bridge connecting buildings at Hertford College, Oxford
A new feature at Oxford: the bridge which will connect the old and new buildings of Hertford College, New College Lane, Oxford. The design for the bridge was by the architect Sir T. G. Jackson RA

Background imageJackson Collection: Macropus giganteus, eastern gray kangaroo and Xanthorrhoea s

Macropus giganteus, eastern gray kangaroo and Xanthorrhoea s
Gum-plant, and Kangooroo of New Holland. Drawing 56 By George Raper, 1789

Background imageJackson Collection: Milt Jackson, North Sea Jazz Festival, The Hague, Netherlands, 1994. Creator: Brian Foskett

Milt Jackson, North Sea Jazz Festival, The Hague, Netherlands, 1994. Creator: Brian Foskett
Milt Jackson, North Sea Jazz Festival, The Hague, Netherlands, 1994

Background imageJackson Collection: Andrew Jackson Davis

Andrew Jackson Davis American spiritualist, visionary etc. Date: 1826 - 1910

Background imageJackson Collection: Dawn light on the Grand Teton and Mount Owen in winter, Grand Teton National Park

Dawn light on the Grand Teton and Mount Owen in winter, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA

Background imageJackson Collection: Grizzly Sow and Cubs in Snow

Grizzly Sow and Cubs in Snow
A grizzly bear sow leads her cub through the snow in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Background imageJackson Collection: Bull Moose

Bull Moose
A bull moose sniffs the air for pheromones during the peak of the autumn rut in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Background imageJackson Collection: Portions of fern

Portions of fern. Chromolithograph from John Gilbert Baker and Sir William Jackson Hooker, Synopsis filicum, or a synopsis of all known ferns. Drawn from nature by Mr. Fitch, F.L.S. Date: 1868

Background imageJackson Collection: SHOELESS JOE JACKSON (1889-1991). Joseph Jefferson Jackson. American baseball player

SHOELESS JOE JACKSON (1889-1991). Joseph Jefferson Jackson. American baseball player. Photographed c1920

Background imageJackson Collection: GEORGE WASHINGTON (1732-1799). First President of the United States

GEORGE WASHINGTON (1732-1799). First President of the United States. Washington as a Freemason in masonic attire, holding a scroll and trowel with portraits of the Marquis de Lafayette

Background imageJackson Collection: PCWR2A-00014

PCWR2A-00014
Confederate troops cheering at a glimpse of General Stonewall Jackson, US Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageJackson Collection: Les Filles Jackson et Cie operetta poster

Les Filles Jackson et Cie operetta poster
Poster advertising the operetta " Les Filles Jackson et Cie" composed by J. Clerice, showing a scene with a lady halfway up a ships netting much to the astonishment of more conservative

Background imageJackson Collection: Reggie's Last Yankee Homer

Reggie's Last Yankee Homer
Michael Castellano

Background imageJackson Collection: White flowers and green tea leaves, Thea bohea, Camellia sinensis

White flowers and green tea leaves, Thea bohea, Camellia sinensis
5856743 White flowers and green tea leaves, Thea bohea, Camellia sinensis by Sowerby, James (1757-1822); (add.info.: White flowers and green tea leaves, Thea bohea, Camellia sinensis)

Background imageJackson Collection: Jews mallow, Corchorus olitorius

Jews mallow, Corchorus olitorius
Nalta jute, tossa jute, Jews mallow, Corchorus olitorius. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Swan after an illustration by William Jackson Hooker from Samuel Curtis Botanical Magazine, London, 1828

Background imageJackson Collection: Kansas City Museum. Date: 1945

Kansas City Museum. Date: 1945



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"Jackson: A Legacy of Strength, Leadership, and Diversity" From the lush green grasses to historic meetings and military triumphs, it has left an indelible mark on history. One such meeting was the last encounter between Generals Lee and Jackson, where their strategic brilliance shaped the course of American military tactics. Stonewall Jackson, a revered figure in American military history from 1824 to 1863, exemplified courage and determination. His lithograph captures him at the Battle of First Bull Run in 1861—a testament to his unwavering spirit. In a different realm altogether, a group photo showcases the Jubilee Singers of Fisk University in the USA. Their harmonious voices echoed through time as they broke barriers with their captivating melodies. The Battle of New Orleans stands as a defining moment when Major Jackson led American troops to defeat the British Army—an extraordinary feat that solidified his place in history books. Venturing across continents brings us to Sydney, Australia—home to Port Jackson. This bustling city holds within its boundaries both modernity and tradition—a map guiding visitors through its vibrant streets. Nature's beauty is not forgotten either; Aspidium filix mas or Male Shield fern graces our visual journey with its delicate fronds unfurling amidst serene landscapes—a symbol of resilience and growth. Shifting gears towards politics reveals President Andrew Jackson's bold move—the destruction of the Bank of United States—an act immortalized by a thought-provoking lithograph cartoon from 1828. Sports enthusiasts will recognize Joe Jackson—known as Shoeless Joe—who made waves as an exceptional baseball player during early 20th century America. His photograph captures his passion for this beloved sport. Lastly, we find ourselves at The Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club—an emblematic institution embodying elegance and sportsmanship since its inception. Its fairways have witnessed countless tales of triumphs and camaraderie.